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Keeping it Real with K Smilez
Tonight's topic is: "Things you need to know before you say I do" You may want to take a real good listen in on this show topic if you are in a relationship and thinking about popping the big question, or you may be thinking of saying yes when the questioned is asked. You may want to also use this as a guideline for your friends or children who may be thinking of getting married soon. Before you say yes, there are several things you need to know like, their spiritual/religious beliefs, medical/mental family history, do they want children or pets, how is their credit, etc?
These are just a few very important questions you need to know before you say yes and there are plenty more. To get more advice on things you should know before you say I do, join me tonight with my returning co-host Ms. Angela Nickelberry, Licensed and Certified skin care Specialist, Wellness Coach, Entrepreneur and owner of Day Springs Wellness in Cordova, TN. Also returning to the show is Chicago Native Mr. Sean "PacMan" Newsome, Independent Marketing Professional who works with Radio Advertising Inc.serving radio stations with professional advertisements all across the globe.
So join us tonight and tell a friend about my show "Keeping it Real with K Smilez"
Join me, host Hezekiah L. Montgomery as I reach out to my listening audience and talk about WHY I DO WHAT I DO on The Man In the Mirror. My show has been dedicated to God because he's brought me further in life now than I've ever been, and I want others to be able to share in His Grace and Mercy. I enjoy reading God's word and learning what He has planned for my life, and I enjoy what He has planned for other people’s lives as well.
He's a great and worthy to be praised, I bring on others that have a story to share and let my new listening audience share in those experiences’. We'll joke, we'll laugh and maybe even cry, but we'll be real. Since God turned me around and put me back on track in Him, I Keep It Real. My guest and guest host will learn something new each show and will leave with a new nugget of knowledge. So join me on The Man In The Mirror as we find out what our REFLECTIONS OF LIFE SHOWS.
Deciding whom to select to be a part of your wedding party can be as difficult to decide as to whom to seat next to whom. Knowing what’s expected of the duty can help you make the decision a little easier.
From bride’s maids to pages, we will list the common (and not so common) roles of the bridal party.
Have you ever wondered what goes on at one of those big bridal expos? They happen at various times of the year around the country exposing you to the various vendors available in your area.
Listen in as we check in with Don Van Meter of the Rabun County Bridal Expo www.rabuncountybridalexpo.com in Clayton, GA. We'll ask them why a bride should consider attending, what info she will leave with, and how can she take that new info and plan her dream wedding.
The Apostle Paul used to persecute those whom he would later call brothers and sisters. When he finally came to his senses, he asked the Lord a simple question. Lord Jesus what shall I do? We are at a point where we need to hear from the Lord and be told what we need to do. The Lord is in his holy temple, let the earth be silent and listen to what it is he has to say to us. He is willing to tell us, are we willing to listen? Join us as we begin to wind down the year 2015 and begin this year of Jubilee. Amen.
Want to get close to God. Well today on Bible Study Time we will talk about Praise as you study. Thank God as you read. Thank God as you pray and thank God with a shout as you get an understanding of what you are reading. Praise is what we do on the Voice of Joy. Praise ye the Lord and in all things give thanks for being able go praise for the lesson of lack. He is in all things so in all things give thanks for this is the will of GGod concerning you.
A communication and relationship expert with over 42 years of helping men and women express their wants and needs, Dr. Pat Allen has been a vital part of Marissa Monteilh's life for 25 years. Upon hearing Dr. Allen years ago, attending her workshops, and receiving individual counseling from Dr. Allen on the downfalls of oxytocin bonding, the 8-week rule, and following a man's lead, Dr. Allen changed Marissa's life. Marissa is honored to have Dr. Allen as her guest today, and to allow other women the opportunity to learn the difference between being respected and cherished, as well as learning how to get to I Do. Sit back and listen in, or call in with questions, as Dr. Allen joins us live to help us learn to commit ourselves to authentic love and communication, and a life of successful dating, and marriage.
Good, meaningful, honest communication with thoughtful preparation for that life-changing moment can make divorce less likely in the life of your marriage. Sit back with an iced coffee and the one you love as we uncover more of the before "I Do's".
On this show, I look at why most HR professionals and hiring managers don't source candidates as well as I do
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Married couples often seek to correct each other, not realizing what they say and do may be hurtful. We'll examine three cases today: in the first one, a husband is concerned about his wife's obesity, and his intention is to remind her to stick to a diet, but his constant, public reminders about her weight only makes her feel humiliated. In the second case, the wife, a college professor, keeps correcting her husband's grammar. He is head of a community organization a often is asked to speak, but sometimes mispronounces words. She says she's trying to help him. He says she's arrogant and condescending.